Democratic vice presidential candidate Joe Biden was on TV tonight, spinning the post-debate discussion for his man Barack Obama.
As all but the most die-hard Republicans have now acknowledged, Palin remains out of her league and far from presidential. McCain's camp knows this, of course, which explains why Gov. Palin is staying out of sight and far from open microphones.
Here's the Palin post-debate dilemma as described by the New York Times:
Spinning on behalf of the Democrats on Friday night will be Joe Biden, Mr. Obama’s running mate. He is expected to appear live on NBC, CBS, and CNN immediately following the debate, representatives of those networks said on Friday.Ms. Palin is scheduled to be at a debate-viewing event in Philadelphia, covered by a limited group of reporters, and she is not listed by any networks as a post-debate guest. On NBC and CBS, the former Republican presidential candidate Rudy Giuliani will be commenting on the debate performances. On CNN, the McCain campaign senior advisor Nicolle Wallace will appear.